The application of techniques of statistical (and other areas of) physics to understand the dynamics of social systems is currently one of the hottest topics in the study of complex systems. The so-called Sociophysics has attracted the attention of a large number of scientists from areas such as physics, computer science, and mathematics, as well as the humanities.
This meeting will bring together physicists and other scientists from all over the world to focus on open issues in social modelling and to identify the new directions in which this interdisciplinary field is evolving.
October 18-22, 2021 (by videoconference)
There is no registration fee.
– Opinion dynamics
– Fake news and rumor spreading
– Human crowd dynamics
– Culture evolution
– Emergence of revolutions and terrorism
– Social networks formation and coevolution
– Dynamics of urban agglomerations
Deadline for Abstract Submission
August 31, 2021
October 10, 2021